i’m feeling a little ornery today. if you don’t know what that means, too bad. look it up. educate yourself—i just did. it means having an irritable disposition.
i just wanna say fuck you. and the horse you ride it on. that’s right. fuck you!
there….i feel better. i do feel better now that i said that. now that i said 'fuck you!'
saima just told me yesterday that one of my friends called her up last summer and was going to call the cops on me. the bastard wouldn’t open the door to where he was staying. and was going to call the cops! what a fucking bitch—he could’ve just opened the door and let me in. but noooooo….little bitch had to sit on his dumb ass and call my woman and tell her that he was going to call the cops on me. what a fucking bitch….
there’s alot that i have to be thankful for at this point and not harbor these ill feelings. that’s right—i do have alot to be thankful for. i have a great woman, great kids that are well-behaved, an arsenal of guns for every animal out there, a good paying job, and a major motion picture that’s coming up—i’m going to be in a fucking movie! i have to tell myself these things to remind me of the good things that i have in my life right now. oh, and i cannot forget a loving family. i love you all too!
i feel much better right now. thank you, eskimo power, for giving me an opportunity to let go of unneeded baggage. i told my coworkers earlier how i felt and said that i needed to shoot something.
i need to go hunting. i’m a harvester of the land and sea. i feed my family from nature’s bounty. yes sir. yes ma’am. have a fucking fabulous evening.
apparently sarah palin doesn't believe in the separation of church and state....
11:43 a.m. AT (3:43 p.m. ET): Palin has often spoken publicly about the importance of her Christian faith, and her emails underscore that element of her life as she tackled state business during her term as governor, including in 2008 as she pondered the state budget in an email exchange with Tom Irwin of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
“Thank you Tom- I’ve been praying for wisdom also on this- I am so glad to know you join me in this- God will have to show me what to do on the people’s budget because I don’t yet know the right path… He will show me though. Thank you and God bless your day today!”
In an earlier exchange with Irwin on the AGIA or the Alaska Gasoline Inducement Act, she prays that others will find God’s wisdom:
“…I wish and pray that those who act like ignorant sheep listening to baa’s and blah’s from uninformed, selfish critics of AGIA would wake up to the amazing efforts and success of your team. You are patient and gracious and wise … and so tenacious . I speak for true Alaskans who care to see fairness , justice and a successful resource development plan : you are loved and appreciated beyond words! And we have great faith that you’re on the right path, AGIA is key, and there will be victory for Alaska thanks to you all.”
last week i flew into anchorage to do some voice-over work for the movie. i had a chance to see little snippits of different scenes and also talk with the director, ken kwapis.
first off, i have to tell you some of the scenes that i saw were AWESOME. i was floored and seriously wanted to cry with joy. i’m so honored to be part of this great production. i am sure you will enjoy this movie.
i also had a chance to talk with ken. he’s great to talk to. it was great to get confirmation from ken that i’ll be going to the red carpet premiere in los angeles.red carpet, baby! wow.